Workshops & Conferences

October 2021 – Northwest Mathematics Conference hosted by the BCAMT
(more information coming soon)
Presented by Jenna Laib (@jennalaib)
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July 29, 2021Virtual Math Summit
“Slow Reveal Graphs: An Instructional Routine to Promote Sensemaking About Data”
Presented by Jenna Laib (@jennalaib)

The Virtual Math Summit, presented by Christina Tondevold (BuildMathMinds.com), is free to attend. VIP attendees can also attend a Q&A with Jenna on Friday, July 29.

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May 2021 – OAME (Ontario Association for Math Education) (View Program)
“TDSB Math One-Idea Talks: Slow Reveal Graphs As Social Justice Provocation”
Presented by Jen Fannin & Kyle Pindar
Video from Toronto District School Board, September 2020

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June 30, 2020  – #InspirEDmath Webinar (Indiana Department of Education)
Virtual Webinar
Presented by Robin Conti (@RobinLConti)
Webinar Video (YouTube)
Slide Deck

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April 11, 2019 – ATMIM (Association for Teachers of Mathematics in Massachusetts) Spring Conference – Worcester, MA (View Program)

Presented by Jenna Laib (@JennaLaib)
Slide Deck

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December 6, 2018 – ATMNE (Association for the Teachers of Mathematics in New England) – Warwick, Rhode Island (View Program)
Presented by Jenna Laib

Slide Deck
Learn more about the “slow reveal,” or “numberless graphs,” instructional routine! This highly engaging routine uses scaffolded visuals and discourse to help students make sense of data. As more and more of the graph is revealed, students refine their interpretation and construct meaning, often in surprising ways. This routine increases access for students without sacrificing rigor or engagement.